Welcome to Sherlock's Rainbow Bridge Memorial Residency
Memories of Sherlock
Sherlock was my best friend and companion that shared with me the little things in life that we sometimes take for granted. He found joy in the ordinary little things. The way his head perked up when pasta from a box was being poured into the pot on the stove. That by saying seven little words "Do you want to go with me" could evoke such excitment. He trusted me with guidance and protection especially when the "thunder monsters" would come calling. The look of should we hide under the covers or behind the toliet? That sometimes experiences must be endured such as bath time and hydotherapy though we may at the time not understand why. Asking for other opinions can have a calming effect such as would it be appropriate to enter a barking frenzy or just chill and see if the "alien vacuum cleaner" will come to life? Sherlock loved to share his toys and his kisses with anyone around him which brought him much happiness and gratitude. That with a little nudging of the nose under your hand you can sometimes get what you want. He was always happy because he would see the world thru joyful eyes and found reason to rejoice in each new day, not knowing whether it would be a new experience such as finding a new crumb on the floor or finding one left over from the day before. It is not the destination, but the journey along the way. In the end it isn't how many toys we have or don't have, it's the love we leave behind. We miss you terribly and you will always hold a special place in our hearts.
Sherlock's People Parent(s), Vicki, would appreciate knowing you have visited their Sherlock's Memorial Residency.
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